Food News Roundup: The End of Butter, Lucky Charms + Bake Sale Racial Profiling
A. Scattergood apple crates at Riley's Farm
Los Angeles Times: UC Berkeley Republican club draws nationwide protests and support with a bake sale in which items are priced according to a buyer's race, ethnicity and gender.
Gourmet Live: The history of teachers and apples. Or, what to read online during class.
Steamy Kitchen: Earthbox gardening, or how to make a simple garden out of raised beds, even if your local soil sucks.
The Onion: General Mills Releases New Lucky Charms With 15 Percent Less Leprechaun Meat.
Zester Daily: Checking in on Rio de Janiero's farmers markets, where organic produce is not as easy to find as you'd think it might be.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Legislators seek to end state's butter-only law for restaurants and prisons. That sound you hear is a million ex-pat Frenchmen weeping.
Food52: A recipe for chocolate oatmeal cookies. Go home. Turn preheat the oven.
Gilt Taste: The Gentile's Guide to the Jewish Holidays.
The Atlantic: How the government can help small-scale local farmers.